> At the same time, I don't find that just science/technology and
> standard materialism is enough for me to live by and map my life
> and what is important to me with. Whether I like it or trust it
> or not I have a strong spiritual and even religious side to my
> own nature and I can't simply argue it away or consign it to
> oblivion. And I even more certainly can't do that to the world
> at large.
> It is difficult enough to find my own balance point. It makes
> it more difficult when some assumes that I am simply losing it or
> being dishonest or haven't grasped materialism and science well
> enough. So sometimes I react.
Yes, well I'm sure that you've seen responses from people
that indeed carried the implication (that you didn't
understand materialism or science/technology). Also, it
would be really hard to believe that you'd have any motive
to be dishonest.
> I have a strong spiritual and even religious side
> to my own nature and I can't simply argue it away
> or consign it to oblivion.
But what I (rather self-centeredly) want to know is whether
I too have a spiritual or religious side. How can I find out?
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